Diet Programs Worcester MA
Laura Z Morris, RD
Fallon Clinic630 Plantation St
Ann E Pantazis, CDN, LDN, MS, RD
Falcon Clinic630A Plantation St
Elizabeth D Loosemore, LD, MS, RD
3 Bethany Dr
Barbara J Casaceli, RD
Marlboro Pediatrics320 Bolton St
Janice L King, CDE, LDN, RD
147 W Main St
West Brookfield, MA
Kimberly A Mirsky, MS, RD
Fallon Clinic630 Plantation St Nutrition Department
Jean E Green, LDN, MS, RD
604 Main St
Janet G Stock, LD, RD
Lindsay A Friedman, RD
Nutrition in Practice225 Cedar Hill St Ste 200
Barbara L Zebrowski, LDN, MS, RD
945 Concord St.
The Diet Deal Tracker
The Diet Deal Tracker:
"Diet Freebies & Specials"
Let's face it, we're all
trying to save money these days. Dieters are no exception. If you decide to
use a weight loss program that has a fee, you will save by shopping around
for the lowest available rate. Although they all advertise various
promotions throughout the year, you may be able to save even more than the
advertised promotions if you know where to look.
Check the diet program
websites to see if they have any â€œInternet Onlyâ€ offers. Sign up for their
email newsletter to be sent information about future promotions. Take
advantage of free resources on the diet program sites like articles,
recipes, or assessment tools.
Go to coupon code websites
to see if there are any special coupons or discounts available by using a
special code. Enter the name of the diet program and the words â€œcoupon codeâ€
or â€œdiscountâ€ in a search engine to see what you can find.
Call the programâ€™s local
facility and inquire about special promotions, free trial offers, free trial
meetings, or value-added offers (such as a free cookbook if you join that
Go to your employerâ€™s
human resources department to see if they have a specially negotiated rate
with any diet programs. These corporate rates are becoming more common as
employers expand their wellness programs. Have your spouse check to see if
their employer has any negotiated rates.
Check with your health
insurance carrier to see if they have any specially negotiated rates with
diet programs. You will find information in your member benefits booklet, on
the insurance companyâ€™s website, or by calling their member services phone
number. If your insurer has negotiated rates with a diet program, they will
most likely be the lowest price you will find.
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